The New Jersey Coastal Management
Office is pleased to provide the revised New Jersey Coastal Management
Program Section 309 Assessment and Strategy for review and comment.
In accordance with the Federal Coastal Zone Management Act, New Jersey
conducts a five-year review of its Coastal Management Program's activities
in nine issue areas and provides a strategy for program enhancements
in selected areas. The enhancement areas reviewed are aquaculture,
coastal hazards, coastal wetlands, cumulative and secondary impacts,
energy and government facility siting, marine debris, ocean resources,
public access, and special area management planning.
Determination of New Jersey's priority needs were made in consultation
with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and in consideration
of public comments to the draft Assessment prepared in 2010.
Three documents are provided for review and comment. To view the New
Jersey Coastal Management Program Assessment, Summary of Strategy
and Strategy documents, click on the following Links:
2011 Coastal Program Assessment
2011 Coastal Program Summary of Strategy
2011 Coastal Program Strategy